Winter 2015 Tabor Village
Happenings at Tabor Village....Click here
Annual Report: Demographic forces are creating an urgency for innovation in how seniors age – Tabor Village is redefining care and support to optimize well being through a commitment to care from the heart, while also enriching the cognitive, emotional, spiritual, social and physical health of older adults in independent living, assisted living and complex care settings.
Tabor Village News Letter: The stories of God’s restorative powers are encouraging not only in Biblical times, but today, at Tabor Village. Truly, God is the Creator and Giver and Sustainer of Life yesterday, today and forever. And we give Him thanks!
December 7, 2014
Weesp is an idyllic Dutch town with narrow cobblestone streets, canals, windmills, stores selling wooden shoes, and cheese shops. But what has put Weesp on the map..... Click here to read the full article
September 12, 2014
Tom Watson, who turned 65 this month, made the cut at the 2014 British Open and finished at 1-over par, 18 strokes behind the Open champion Rory McIlroy, 40 years younger than the five-time British champion...... Click here to read the full article
July 17, 2014
Dorothy Braun, with the assistance of her walker, walks after breakfast into the centre courtyard of Tabor Village’s complex care home to check on the growth of the tomatoes.... Click here to read the full article
April 14, 2014
For the first time, by 2017, Canada will be home to more people older than 65 than children under 15. The demographic shift has already been a marked by an increase in the prevalence of chronic diseases... Click here to read the full article
June, 2 2014–But now she looks forward to Wednesdays. The news from the Java Music Club continues to be amazing.
To read the full article, please go to: http://javamusicclub.com/she-wouldnt-leave-her-room
March 27, 2014 – Abbotsford, BC – The BC Seniors Living Association (BCSLA) announced today that Tabor Court Assisted Living has been awarded the Seal of Approval designation.
November 01, 2013 On Saturday October 26th, Tabor Village welcomed supporters to the 2nd Annual Tabor Home Family Council Fundraising Dinner to raise money creating a therapeutic garden designed to inspire the hearts and souls of seniors. Bill Dyck, Chair, Tabor Home Family Council emceed the Dinner which raised more than $25,000, plus gifts in kind.
"On behalf of my family I wish to express our heartfelt gratitude to all the staff and volunteers who provide kind and caring support to our dear Mom. It is a great comfort for us to know she is safe and in a peaceful spirit despite her many years with dementia. You have become her surrogate family in our absence, and we are eternally grateful. Psalm 41:1 states "How blessed is he who considers the helpless; the Lord will deliver him in a day of trouble." May God richly bless and strengthen you all as you continue to be a blessing to residents in Tabor Home."
~ Phyllis Bolton, daughter of Tabor Home Resident and member of the Family Council.